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48Fourteen is having a Memorial Day Sale and Giveaway!


48Fourteen is having a Memorial Day Sale and a giveaway on Facebook! All e-books including Other Systems is .99 cents on Amazon so if you were considering reading it now is the time!


If you want to participate in the giveaway, then check out:

For the rules and image to share.

Three winners will receive some great 48Fourteen Swag:

1st place: 48fourteen coffee mug & free eBook of choice
2nd place: 48fourteen notebook & free eBook of choice
3rd place: 48fourteen pen & free eBook of choice

Good luck! Have a Great Memorial Day Weekend!


Base self-promotion…

Trying to reach 100 likes on my Other Systems #FB Page. Why you ask? Because once Other Systems was a single novel, but now I am beginning to read Book 2 aloud. That means it is finished with one final edit to go prior to being sent out into the world. And if Other Systems is going to be a series…well it should have a nice Facebook page.
Prizes at 25, 50, 75 and 100! Free copies of the e-books, posters, and more. 
All you have to do is like:
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